2 Colleges Call Off Classes to Prevent Flood Damage
March 23, 2009
- Central and Concordia try to retool existing programs to find new revenue
- Waiting to Assess Gustav's Damage
- Rita Disrupts, but Doesn't Devastate
- Quick Takes: Iowa's Floods, Michigan Accused of Stonewalling on Sports, Arizona's New Higher Ed Hub, More Bad News for WVU, Reprieve Possible for AP Italian, 'Scholar Ship' Closes, Foundation Fight
- Quick Takes: Clustering of Minority Athletes, Change Brings Controversy at UDC, UMass Plans Major Increase in Tuition and Aid, Pennsylvania Aid Plan, College Will Return Fossils to Tribe, Thai Academic Flees
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